With Sunne Meyer Oct 9, 1:00-3:00pm CDT Working on a generous-sized swatch, we will practice the essentials of sewing with two layers of cotton jersey. After this introduction, you will be ready to dive into projects and explore stitching in the style of The School of Making and Alabama Chanin. Class sessions will be recorded and remain accessible online to registered students of the class for 14 days following the event.
About Sunne Meyer
Like so many, Sunne learned to knit and sew from her grandmother. Her love of making never subsided. After finding Natalie Chanin’s books and attending the School of Making, she began to realize her mission: to spread skills and celebrate beautiful handwork. Today she knits and stitches in Reno where she is the Director of Yarn Development for Madelinetosh. Sunne taught for 13 years at Fancy Tiger Crafts, has classes with Craftsy, created knitting and stitching groups and has taught at local and national retreats. Her instruction meets every student where they are and elevates skills and supplies to the highest level. Classes include lots of celebration!! We make beautiful things and collectively have inspiring ideas. In her off time, you can find Sunne and her husband exploring the outdoors and eating good food in Reno, where they recently moved. Watching her black lab chase wildlife in the yard is a new pastime. She knits, hand stitches and is the Director of Yarn Development for Madelinetosh.